Quickly learn how to make 12V 50Ah lithium battery丨The whole process
Hi, everybody! This is Guangzhou TYCORUN Energy Co., Ltd. Welcome to watch our video today. In the video, we introduce the production process of 12V50AH lithium-ion battery in detail, and strive to let everyone understand how the lithium-ion battery is made in the shortest time. For what you don't understand, you can read our article below, you can further understand the whole process of battery production.
Here are a few steps to assemble the battery:
1. Battery capacity
2. Battery spot welding, parallel connection
3. Battery cell insulation assembly, tin wire welding
The battery cells which connected in parallel are separated by insulating paper and assembled together.
Welded the battery with the data collection line together and then weld the positive and negative wires by solder wire in turn.
4. Install the BMS board
5. Monitor BMS and package
The BMS protection board can monitor the battery status in every time, and provide protections such as over-charge, over-discharge, over-current, and over-temperature when necessary.
To connect the data collection line to the BMS board and then test the voltage and internal resistance.
After testing, use insulating waterproof glue to seal the exposed wires.
6. Insulation sponge pad and battery box package
Then paste the buffer insulation sponge on the bottom and put it into the ABS box, and connect the positive and negative wires to the positive and negative ports of the box cover.
Then inject waterproof glue into the space around the box to fix the battery pack.
7. Super capacity after drying the battery
After 3 hours of drying, a battery that can be recycled for more than 2000 times is finished.
Below are the details of our 12.8V50AH Li-ion battery：
Eco-Friendly: Green energy with no toxic chemical material
Super Long Life: 2000-5000 cycles, 10-year service life
Rated capacity size:640Wh
Battery length and width:229*138*208mm
Battery weight: Approx. 6.0Kg
High Safety and Stability: Grade A cells with built-in BMS(Battery Manage System) protection from over-charge, over-discharge, over-load, over-heating, short circuit. Low self-discharge rate 3%
Wide Working Temperature: Charging Temperature 0℃-55℃; Discharging Temperature -20℃-60℃
Lightweight, Easy to Install and Fast Charging: Great replacement of SLA/VRLA(lead acid batteries), with 2X Load Power，8X Cycle Life，1/3 Weight，1/5 Charging Time
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Our company Tycorun (https://www.tycorun.com/) has a professional and experienced team of technical experts and top-notch product designers. We have been winning great achievements on energy development. Products are exported to Europe, North America, South America, Africa.
Our Tycorun Lithium Batteries series is a series that specifically replaces the old lead-acid batteries. Based on the lithium battery with the high characteristics of energy density, 1/3 light weight, environmental protection, green energy and others. It maximizes its advantages and achieves the global "carbon peak" and "carbon neutral" goal. Our LiFePO4 battery will contribute more to this goal.
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